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LeBrun, Emile and Robert Muggah (eds). 2005 ‘Perceptions of Security After the TPA and RAMSI in the Solomon Islands.’ Silencing Guns: Local Perspectives on Small Arms and Armed Violence in Rural Pacific Island Communities; Occasional Paper No. 15, pp. 38-9. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 1 June

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Perceptions of Security After the TPA and RAMSI in the Solomon Islands

Improvements in law and order ushered in by RAMSI have generated a ripple effect in the restoration of services, including the reopening of schools and improved access to health care…

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